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Colonial Pipeline Paid Hackers Nearly $5 Million in Ransom

Colonial Pipeline Co. paid nearly $5 million to Eastern European hackers on Friday, contradicting reports earlier this week that the company had no intention of paying an extortion fee to help restore the country’s largest fuel pipeline, according to two people familiar with the transaction.

Paul Weiss, Ex-Partner Alex Oh Sanctioned in Exxon Case

A federal trial court judge admonished Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison and former partner Alex Oh for alleging opposing counsel in ongoing litigation with their client, Exxon Mobil, violated ethics rules without reviewing available evidence to support their claims.

Legislators Make 2,887 Funding Requests as Earmarks Come Back

Among the thousands of earmark requests sent to House appropriators are pitches for major airport renovations, a couple thousand dollars for a local police department, and various legislative priorities long left on the backburner after a decade-long ban on earmarks.

Are New Pipelines Doomed? Oil & Gas Delivery Explained

A series of high profile legal setbacks has some in the industry asking—is it still possible to build pipelines in America?

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